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Several activities are planned in and around UAB for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The UAB Army ROTC program celebrates a new facility with grand opening and ribbon-cutting.
NIH aging researcher set to speak on expanding aging research to clinical practice.
UAB Police will collect school supplies, food and toiletries to benefit students during the annual Pack the Cruiser drive, which benefits Blazer Kitchen.
Human communication researcher brings Malcolm Gladwell to UAB to talk about his newest book, “Talking to Strangers.”
UAB hosts Fatima Abo Alasrar from the Middle East Institute.
Learn more about human trafficking in Alabama with state Representative Merika Coleman.
Already one of only 14 colleges or universities named a Diversity Champion, UAB receives 2019 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award.
UAB tops 22,000 students for the first time in its history, featuring its largest and most academically accomplished freshman class.
Undergraduate research students from across the country competed in UAB’s Summer Research Expo in July.
 Carruthers’ book provides a framework for activists committed to building transformative power, and encourages young people to see themselves as visionaries and leaders.
BlazerPulse is an online platform launched in January to promote, organize and measure UAB’s impact in the community.
English language learners in the Greater Birmingham area are invited to take free classes to enhance their conversational skills at UAB.
Discoveries in the Making speakers present on a variety of topics and new discoveries found through research.
UAB has enrolled more than 40 participants in its Alabama Udall Center clinical research core.
The Center for Exercise Medicine’s annual symposium features a focus on communicating science.
An anti-aging cosmeceutical and pharmaceutical company launches startup in Birmingham, Alabama, with a national leadership team.
Students of all ages will be able to access education-related activities through a partnership with UAB.
Elwood M. Beck is one of the world’s leading scholars on the topic of lynching. This event is in conjunction with the AEIVA exhibition “Mary Frances Whitfield: Why?”
Sowing the Seeds of Health has served 4,000 Latina women in six counties in Alabama and continues to demonstrate the need to navigate cultural differences to raise awareness about cancer detection.
The Project Management Certification shifts its focus toward collaboration and flexibility to adapt to an ever-changing world of business.
Furnishings in an array of gold and green, an artistic display of Blaze’s flames in metal panels and a colorful terrazzo floor like a dragon’s tail creatively express the spirit of UAB.
Learning the effects of climate change through science and language can help students understand their role in the environment.
Energy savings, water conservancy and resourcefulness were key emphasis of University Hall, leading to UAB’s first LEED-certified building designation.
Beta Alpha Psi honor society received a Gold Chapter award during the annual meeting in Chicago.
The shows include an Alabama Bicentennial tribute with music from Alabama Shakes and Sam Hunt, the Marching Blazers’ original 1994 show, and the music of Elton John and Billy Joel.
UAB’s newest academic building, located on the university’s Campus green, will serve College of Arts and Sciences faculty, staff and students.
The Technology Innovation Center is expected to open in 2021, replacing the Rust Computer Center.
Purchase a water bottle, pullover or notebook to celebrate UAB’s 50th anniversary.
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